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serious about solving this problem. >> a sticking point remains whether to raise tax rates for the wealthiest two percent of americans. speaker boehner concedes the rich will pay more in taxes, but says that won't solve a spending problem. his democratic counterpart says republicans should act for the other 98 percent. >> passing middle income tax cuts means the end of holding them hostage from tax cuts for the rich. >> president obama also tried to pin a negotiating tactic on republicans, saying congress can't tie fiscal cliff negotiations to upcoming debt ceiling votes. >> i will not play that game. we've got to break that habit before it starts. >> it's a sign the two sides have a lot to discuss---once they decide to do so. emily schmidt, kron4 news >> depending on you who you speak with. this wild prank. the hospital got a call from deejays she was pretending to be the queen and he was pretending that he was prince charles. incredibly, the hospital thought that it was correct and they released information. >> the call was put through to the ward and i am not impressed
in automatic tax increases and spending cuts take effect. this week - a few republican lawmakers suggested they might be never raise taxes. and some conservative that the house quickly pass democratic legislation extending the expiring tax cuts for incomes below $250,000. >> michael yaki is is here. >> and there were talking turkey, it -- about what they were talking about it was a don't call me, don't call you type of situation. >> a test to look like it lasted a long but the white house has reached an agreement. >> they have met with the senate and leadership with 146 trillitrillion one. -6 triln dollars in tax increases and also reductions for spending. the mortgage interest reduction is not on the table and 400 billion on on determined to cuts it is a framework for discussion. the president keeps on light of that there is a senate bill in the house that will stop the increases for people earning less than $250,000. >>catherine: what is your best guess on what is the final step to break through? >> there are still yelling, talking it will be difficult. on the other hand, i think there's
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